Switch to LEDs to save money

Switching to energy-efficient lighting allows both home and business owners to get the same amount of light for less money. Since lighting accounts for around 15% of the average electricity bill, that’s some big annual savings! While it’s easy for us to turn off our lighting when the sun is out, outdoor lights are best enjoyed when the sun goes down, especially for nighttime entertaining.Read the rest

Why your business needs patio and deck lighting

Even though summer is a few weeks away, June marks the season’s unofficial start. With temperatures heightening, many businesses have the opportunity to utilize their outdoor spaces, which offer expanded dining options with an added ambient setting. Although deck and patio areas are great when the sun is shining, after it sets, additional lighting is needed to allow guests to enjoy their outside experience.Read the rest

Earth Day 2022: Benefits of outdoor LED lights

Earth Day 2022 is just a couple days away! With that in mind, it’s time for you to think about how you can do better to take care of the planet and your community. Reducing energy waste and consumption is one of the easiest, most sustainable efforts you make and it can be done environmentally with the help of outdoor LED lights.Read the rest

Boost safety and atmosphere with deck lighting

Deck Outdoor Space at Winter

If you currently don’t have deck lighting in place, you need to consider reading this blog! Lighting up your outdoor spaces extends the time you spend outside, and showcasing your deck and walkways at night adds safety and security to your business and/or home.Read the rest

Learn the secrets of quality outdoor lighting

While it’s important to read reviews before buying quality lights online, there are many things to consider before making your purchase. First, what is the purpose of your new lights? Second, what type of bulbs and/or wattage do I need? And lastly, how do I know if the lights I’m purchasing are good quality?Read the rest

Is your home or business winter ready?

The winter season is in full swing and depending on where you live this could mean chillier temperatures, icier conditions, and a whole lot of snow. If you haven’t already, home and business owners alike need to consider how to protect their structures from frigid weather.Read the rest

Choosing the right LED light with energy in mind

While outdoor LED lights provide better, long-lasting illumination, you would be amazed at how much money you save when you select the right fixtures. However, in addition to savings, the innovative designer of LED light bulbs integrates features that lower the amount of energy consumed, meaning you will get excellent illumination for homeefs or commercial properties with energy efficiency in mind.Read the rest

3 benefits to having landscape lighting in the winter

The weeks ahead are filled with long, chilly winters, making it easy to not want to leave your home. But, since life must move forward, it’s important to find ways that make the season more enjoyable. Since LED landscape lighting offers a load of winter benefits, many of which make going out more satisfying, here are three perks of lighting up your properties when the cooler temperatures overtake. Read the rest

Maintain the curb appeal of your home or business once winter hits

One of the best things about living in a place with changing seasons is that we’re prepared for whatever the weather can throw at us, even when it comes to maintaining a welcoming curb appeal for our residential and commercial properties.Read the rest

Light up your pathways for the darker days ahead

Both residential and commercial landscape lighting has the power to turn your outdoor surroundings from boring and dark to bathed in illumination, but the undertaking of a lighting plan can be intimidating without the right resources to guide you. Our team of experts are dedicated to ensuring that new and returning customers receive the type of fixtures they’ve been looking for, which is why we update this blog every two weeks.Read the rest